In recent months, ChatGPT has become a very popular AI tool, used by people all around the world. However, Microsoft has recently announced that they are planning to upgrade the technology behind ChatGPT with an update that could potentially push it even further into the spotlight. This update is set to be called GPT-4 and could be launching as early as next week. One of the most exciting features of GPT-4 is that it will allow users to create AI-generated videos from simple text prompts, according to Andreas Braun, Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft Germany, who announced the news at an event titled “AI in Focus – Digital Kickoff”.
ChatGPT: GPT 4 update should arrive in a few days with revolutionary new features
GPT-4 is the technology that powers ChatGPT. And with the new update, it will provide ChatGPT with the ability to create videos in addition to its current text based responses. Although ChatGPT will not be the first AI tool to output AI-created videos. As Facebook owner Meta launched Make-A-Video in 2022, which can create realistic videos based on short text prompts. So, it’s exciting to see that ChatGPT will soon have similar capabilities.
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At the recent AI event, Microsoft explained that GPT-4 would be multimodal, which would allow the AI to translate a user’s text into images, music, and video. Holger Kenn, Director of Business Strategy at Microsoft Germany, gave an example of how a call center could use GPT-4 to automatically convert phone conversations between employees and customers into text, which would save a significant amount of time and effort that would previously be spent summarizing those calls after they finish.
It’s worth noting that Microsoft did not touch on its integration of ChatGPT into its Bing web browser. Given all the recent controversy it has generated. However, it’s exciting to see that GPT-4 is launching soon. And we can’t wait to see the new capabilities that ChatGPT will gain from this update. It’s also interesting to see if Microsoft can fix any problems it’s been having with its AI assistant.